FACE TO FACE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
The Capital Area Library District provides various ways for staff members to meet, grow, and learn. New opportunities are always being added.
- The District Learning & Development Consultant creates and delivers trainings and workshops on a variety of skills and subjects.
- External presenters offer sessions corresponding with their expertise.
- Multi-district workshops offer day-long opportunities for learning and networking with professionals from across the state.
REQUEST A FACE-TO-FACE TRAINING
Training sessions led by the District Learning & Development Consultant are scheduled on an as-requested basis. If you have staff interested in a topic, please reach out to Kerri to let her know. Trainings can occur with a blend of employees from different locations or in an adapted format at your staff meeting.
The following workshops are open for registration to all staff within the Capital Area Library District.
May 6, 2021 Group Webinar License: Leading OUT of a Pandemic with James Robbins. Email Kerri for the registration link.
June 16, 2021 Virtual "Flip the Script & Think Like a Reader" workshop with Becky Spratford; registration coming soon
Topics Currently Available
In-Person trainings are currently on hold.
Multi-library gatherings or staff meetings:
- Genealogy Crash Course (3 hours)
- Libby and OverDrive (1.5 or 3 hours)
- Empathy-Driven Customer Service (4 hours)
- Introduction to Gale Resources (30 minutes)
Staff Meetings Only:
- Gale "Escape Room" (50 minutes)
- Let's Talk Books: Mini Reader's Advisory (45 minutes)
- eReader Petting Zoo / Which App Do I Use (Timing Flexible)
- Teambuilding Exercises (Timing Flexible)